Will New S.C. DUI Law Thwart Law Enforcers?

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http://www.greenvilleonline.com/news/2003/08/15/2003081512153.htm Starting tomorrow, South Carolina law enforcement officers must read drunken driving suspects their Miranda rights before administering field sobriety tests, the Greenville News reports. Supporters say the new requirement, part of a law that lowers the maximum legal blood alcohol content to .08, will help prevent cases from being thrown out because an officer didn't make suspects aware of their constitutional rights. Critics said it will have the opposite effect. "It will have the end . . .

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